Static Removal in a Horizontal Flow Hood
A horizontal flow cleanbench hood or bench is generally used where the operator places their head inside the hood, often to use a microscope. Filtered airflow through the hood generates problematic static charges, especially within the immediate environment of the operator.
A horizontal flow cleanbench hood or bench is generally used where the operator places their head inside the hood (usually where a microscope is used).
Air from the HEPA filter, which covers the entire inner face of the back wall of the hood, is projected in a block outward towards the operator. This airflow generates problematic static charges within the hood, especially at the height at which the operator is working.
Static Removal in a Horizontal Flow Hood - Select a problem:
By placing one or two 3024L long range DC static eliminators across the full width, 25 mm off the surface and centred at the operator's working height, all air passing the critical work zone will be ionised. This will neutralise troublesome static charges.
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